The Arts at St Nick’s
1/8/2007 – 31/10/2007

A programme of cultural events at Liverpool Parish Church of Our Lady and St Nicholas.

August Friday 1 – Sunday 31
LIVERPOOL IN DETAIL

An exhibition of photographs of architectural details by Richard Cooper. The architectural heritage of Liverpool is thronged with small details which are easily overlooked but to the seeing-eye tell much of the story of the 800 years of the City. These have been photographed by Richard Cooper, the highly regarded specialist in architectural photography, and with their captions reveal many insights into the life of the city.

Thursday September 4 2 – 4
THE HISTORY OF OUR LADY & ST NICHOLAS

A talk by David Brazendale, well-known historian of the North West and Churchwarden of the church about the 750 years in which the churches on this site have been at the heart of the development of Liverpool. The talk will be followed by a guided tour and guided tour.
Free, donations welcome.

Sunday 14 September
LIVERPOOL 08 FESTIVAL SERVICE 9.30

In the city’s oldest and original parish church a service,in conjunction with the Flowers in the City festival, a special service, attended by local and civic dignitaries, to celebrate the year the City’s year as Capital of Culture.

October Monday 6 – Friday 31?
LIVERPOOL – A DIFFERENT VIEW AN EXHIBITION BY CHRISTINE WILCOX-BAKER

This Cheshire based artist and designer finds inspiration in church buildings and in Liverpool’s connections with the sea and plans some of her exhibits after conversation and discussion with local people. In this display of her work in a number of different styles, dimensions and media will be exhibited.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Your notice regarding “Flowers in the City” is not correct – the Church of England Flower Arrangers Assiciation IS NOT participating in this event.
    Please remove the association’s name from this notice.
    Laurence Fielding
    National Secretary CEFAA

  2. Thanks for deleting it – but it was to be in 2008 – see reference to it in the entry for Sunday 14th September – you may be confusing it with the flower festival in the Cathedral in June this year. There is to be a Capital of Culture Flower festival at St. Columba Church, Anfield in September 17th – 21st. Laurence Fielding

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